Joint ad­hes­ive glue in the SOLI­TEX WELDANO roof lin­ing sys­tem

 

Advantages

  • Tight, strong bond­ing of SOLI­TEX WELDANO to all rel­ev­ant con­struc­tion sub­sur­faces
  • Sys­tem tested for seam tight­ness in ac­cord­ance with SIA 232/1 for ex­cep­tion­al loads
  • Lev­el­ling of un­even sub­sur­faces
  • Quick harden­ing
  • Simple and clean hand­ling thanks to re­seal­able tube
 

Application

Joint ad­hes­ive in the SOLI­TEX WELDANO roof lin­ing sys­tem for seals and ad­hes­ive joints on the out­side of build­ings, e.g.

  • Bond­ing of mem­branes to min­er­al sub­sur­faces such as chim­neys and ma­sonry
  • Bond­ing of mem­branes to metal­lic sub­sur­faces such as eave flash­ings
  • At­tach­ment of build­ing com­pon­ents to mem­branes, e.g. cross-drain­age pro­files above pen­et­ra­tions
Con­sump­tion fig­ures
De­liv­ery form Con­tent Bead Cov­er­age
Cartidge 300 ml 8 mm ~ 5 - 6 m
  Material
Material modified polyurethane
Attribute Value Norm
Colour white
Application temperature 5 °C to +35 °C ; 41 °F to 95 °F
Temperature resistance permanent -40 °C to 90 °C, short-term up to 120 °C (°F: -40 to 194; 248)
Storage at least 12 months, cool and dry

Be­fore stick­ing, sub­sur­faces should be brushed off, wiped clean with a cloth or cleaned us­ing com­pressed air. Min­er­al sur­faces (plaster or con­crete) may be slightly moist.
Bond­ing to frozen or wet sur­faces is not pos­sible. There must be no wa­ter-re­pel­lent sub­stances (e.g. grease or sil­ic­one) on ma­ter­i­als to be bon­ded. Sub­sur­faces must have suf­fi­cient load-bear­ing ca­pa­city - if ne­ces­sary, a mech­an­ic­al sup­port (pres­sure lath) must be used (e.g. on crum­bling sub­sur­faces).

Per­man­ent ad­he­sion is achieved on pro clima SOLI­TEX WELDANO roof lin­ing mem­branes.
Bonds can be cre­ated on min­er­al sub­sur­faces (e.g. plaster or con­crete), roughly sawn, planed and painted wood, hard plastics and rust­proof met­al (e.g. pipes, win­dows, eave flash­ing etc.) and hard wood-based pan­els (chip­board, OSB, ply­wood, MDF pan­els).

The best res­ults in terms of struc­tur­al sta­bil­ity are achieved on high-qual­ity sub­sur­faces.
It is your re­spons­ib­il­ity to check the suit­ab­il­ity of the sub­sur­face; ad­he­sion tests are re­com­men­ded in cer­tain cases.

The bonds should not be subjected to tensile strain.
The product achieves its final level of strength only when it has dried. It may be advisable to use mechanical reinforcements to protect the installation area.